Hunter Pence's wacky series vs. the Red Sox continued on Thursday night.
In the first inning, the Rangers outfielder hit what looked to be a three-run home run off David Price to extend Texas' early lead to 4-0. Instead, it took one of the craziest bounces you'll ever see off the top of the right-field wall and Pence was held at second with an RBI double.
Watch the bizarre play below:
You won't see that too often.
Pence was part of another strange play in Tuesday's game when he hit an inside-the-park home run thanks to a blunder by right fielder Brock Holt. This time, the Red Sox were the ones catching a break.
Boston Red Sox
Fortunately for Pence and the Rangers, both runs ended up scoring anyway as Logan Forsythe came through with a two-run single.
Price was replaced on the mound by Mike Shawaryn in the second inning after allowing six runs.
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